Jason Bourne meets The Sopranos in this breathtaking adventure Sara Jane Rispoli is a normal sixteen-year-old coping with school and a budding. : Cold Fury (A Cold Fury Novel) (): T.M. Goeglein: Books. Editorial Reviews. From School Library Journal. Gr Sara Jane Rispoli is no ordinary teen. Cold Fury (A Cold Fury Novel) – Kindle edition by T.M. Goeglein. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
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We are introduced into a dark world of lies and suspense.
I felt like she was telling me her story and I was seeing it through her eyes. I’m a motor head if you haven’t noticed ye If you don’t know what the Spyder is I’m ashamed of you. Originally posted Book Whales Cold Fury made me want to watch the sopranos again! I’m going to start with the very few things that I don’t like and then tell you about the many things that I do like about this book. It was like the fucking Inception of info dumping. Her parents fell flat to me, as did most of her fellow classmates.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. There are the typical conveniently located trap doors, tunnels, insider connections, and, my personal favourite: As a screenwriter, he created both original scripts and worked as a script doctor for several production companies in Los Angeles.
It’s definitely a shock to her though, the family she’s shared such a close bond with all these years has been hiding some pretty big secrets. Willy is my second favorite. It’s a totally different take on the YA genre. May 29, Lindsey rated it it was amazing. I think Sara Jane Rispoli might be one of the most likable protagonists N have encountered. I really want to go to Chicago and look for Futy doors now! I really loved this book! The author does a great job in getting the reader invested in Sara Jane.
After all This is one of those books that can only be described as average. It seemed to take a little longer than it should to get from one important point to the next. While the surface has only been scratched in this first book in the series with the elements of the supernatural, it definitely hints that there is more to come.
Despite the long list of qualms coldd came with this one, I did find aspects of it enjoyable because it’s been a goeylein since I’ve read a thriller anything like this one.
Goeglein’s Sara Jane is not unlike the superhero you can’t help loving for their self-sacrifice and unwavering commitment to translating their power into something good, yet he makes her more real and relateable. Other books in the series. Young Sara Jane Rispoli hasn’t had a completely normal life -or a completely normal family.
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Preview — Cold Fury by T. There were lots of characters in the novel but there they were more of a come and go sort and there are too many of them for me to list but some of my favourites were – Willy who might have been old but could still kick ass, Tyler who had that bad boy quality that I really liked, Max who was adorable boyfriend material, Doug who was an awesome sidekick and Lou because he was so so so strong and brave!
And the way that background information and “mafia history” is flawlessly incorporated into the story had me engrossed from cover to cover. She always trusted her family, but now that someone has taken her parents and brother she is not going to let anything or anyone get in her way not even family.
This book is full of yummy goodness that will appeal to suspense and action lovers. Cold Fury oozes mystery with secrets being spilled at every turn.
However, do not expect Bourne or The Godfather, because unfortunately, neither of those are seen in this book.
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Plus she is a fighter- both literally and figuratively. It felt super personal and I absolutely loved every page, every word, and every second of reading it! Get yoeglein for the twists and secrets that will put you on the edge of your seat. Instead, I patiently tried to control myself and let the story unfold. And then there is the setting. I liked that while Sara Jane was still caught up in intense mob drama, she still tried going to school, still tried for that for that tiny shred of normality in life with her friends and perhaps even a touch of romance.
Through flashbacks and memories we gain a deeper understanding of her home dynamic before the events that changed everything and slowly we’re given pieces to the mystery that lay at the heart of this novel. The writing approach puts the reader in the middle of all the action hy great visualization. I knew that I would love it.
Now on the run from a masked assassin, rogue cops and her turncoat uncle, Sara Jane is chased and attacked at every turn, fighting back with cold fury as she searches for her family.
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She still cares about going to prom dateless and longs for her gorgeous friend to treat her like more than a friend, but they’re subtle notes in her life.
Cold Fury was phenomenal.